From the Editor's Desk
Our featured story and our featured poem for this issue of Twilight Times are from the pen of prolific writer and editor Steve Lazarowitz. We also showcase Steve in our published author feature and thus we dedicate the Jan/Feb issue to him.
Steve is a talented writer and noteworthy cyber-citizen. He is unfailingly gracious to editors and beginning writers alike which is one reason why we promptly hired him as Science Fiction and Fantasy Editor of Twilight Times Books. We are pleased to be the first to announce that his short story anthology, A Creative Edge: Tales of Speculations will be released soon from Dark Star Publications.
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Writer Elizabeth English is a true Renaissance woman living in our
A quirky mystery story from Ms. Frances Sonnabend.
Writer H. Turnbull Smith is back with a mystery story this time.
Introducing fine writer Carolina Montague.
Writer Vasilis Adams A. and his web debut with
We are excited to present several talented artists in this issue.
Introducing Poet Bonnie Newton with
Poet Jennifer Dunne with
Introducing Poet Pat Fredeman with
Poet C. Anne Morgan with her web debut of
Poet Sheila Vosen-Shorten and her web debut with
First published work of Poet Margaret E. Johnson (in memorium).
Since Twilight Times is expanding into publishing e-novels, we were interested in learning more about authors who e-publish their works. We're delighted to present four writers in our published author feature this month who have recently published e-novels.
Showcasing Steve Lazarowitz and his thoughts on the writing process.
Jennifer Dunne and her entertaining account of what writing means to her.
Christine W. Murphy gives us a look at the travails of a writer.
Kate Saundby shares her thoughts on writing.
A special note to TT readers. All contents of this issue are copyright by the writers and artists. If you discover any artwork or writing published here elsewhere on the internet, or in print magazines, please let us know immediately. The staff of Twilight Times feels very strongly about protecting the copyrighted work of contributors.